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Migraines are a type of headache that tend to cause other symptoms, too, such as nausea and vision problems. They can last for a few hours to a few days. But a migraine that lasts for more than 72 hours is called status migrainosus. To treat it, you may need to go to the hospital to get help relieving the pain and dehydration from vomiting.What triggers an ocular migraine?
Other ocular migraine triggers include constant stress, low blood pressure, and dehydration. In some people, exercise and abrupt movements can also cause these symptoms because tensing your body (lifting heavy weights or moving boxes, for example) can cause a spasm in the artery that supplies blood to the eyes.What does migraine not intractable mean?
What It Is: Intractable migraine, also called refractory migraine and/or status migrainosus, is the medical term used to describe a persistent migraine that is either 1) difficult to treat or b) fails to respond to standard and/or aggressive treatments. In general, it’s a migraine that simply doesn’t go away, regardless of treatment.